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  2. MAIN LINE CLEAR

    Trains were dispatched from Cairns and Townsville to-day and though delayed for several hours they got through. ...

    Article : 414 words
  3. WHOLE WORLD BRIGHTER

    Visitors who arrived at Brisbane by the Nieuw Zeeland yesterday from various parts of the world all spoke hopefully of the prospects for the ...

    Article : 583 words
  4. LOCAL WHEAT TOO DEAR

    Because Brisbane flour millers are unable to obtain wheat at what they consider a reasonable price, they have been forced to purchase large ...

    Article : 406 words
  5. £500 WANTED

    Can the Scots of Queensland raise £500? If so, the State will have a kilted regiment. The position was discussed at a ...

    Article : 199 words
  6. FLOODS WREAK HAVOC IN CALIFORNIA

    The worst storm for 57 years struck Southern California to-day, causing between 30 and 50 deaths in Los Angeles alone, More than 100 are ...

    Article : 1,127 words
  7. BUSINESS BACK TO NORMAL

    Brisbane returned to normal trading yesterday, and a very good normal it was judging by a tour of the business centres and conversations with leading ...

    Article : 385 words
  8. ROOSEVELT IS SUPREME

    Mr. William Woodin sent in his resignation as Secretary to the Treasury yesterday, and at noon to-day President Roosevelt swore in Mr. Henry ...

    Article : 568 words
  9. 'PLANE DELAYED BY GALE

    A message from Corfu states that snow and gales have combined to delay the first passengers by the Imperial air mail liner to Singapore. ...

    Article : 243 words
  10. STORM RAVAGES BORDER AREAS

    Devastated crops, unroofed buildings, broken windows, and a cow killed by a falling tree were revealed yesterday by a survey of the path ...

    Article : 317 words
  11. £93,000 LEFT BY MR. J. A. HAYES

    The estate of Mr. J. A. Hayes, who died at Sandgate on October 20, has been valued at £93,182, realty being set down at £59,839, and personalty at ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 442 words
  12. DENSE FOG IN ENGLAND

    In the densest fog in recent memory, which covered 8000 square miles, an electric train left the rails between Chalk Farm and Euston Stations ...

    Article : 365 words
  13. FLOOD IN BURDEKIN

    Reports from Sellheim suggest that by to-morrow the Burdekin River at Inkerman may be a cause of concern. Last night at 8 o'clock the gauge ...

    Article : 430 words
  14. MORE TELEPHONE BUSINESS

    If telephone business could be taken as a prosperity barometer, conditions for 1934 were distinctly hopeful, said the Deputy Director of Posts and ...

    Article : 311 words
  15. U.S. POLICY TO AID WORLD

    The Times, in a leading article, assumes that Mr. Roosevelt's messages to Congress will throw light on obscure points of his policy to aid the ...

    Article : 182 words
  16. WATCH ON RAILWAY CUTTING

    The heavy rain recently caused further subsidence in the railway cutting between Nambour and Yandina. Maintenance engineers and inspectors are ...

    Article : 362 words
  17. CAR OVERTURNED AND BURNED

    A narrow escape from death was experienced by Robert Walker, insurance agent, of St. Kilda, this morning. When a sedan car which he was ...

    Article : 107 words
  18. DEATH OF AUTHOR'S WIFE

    At the inquest into the death of Mrs. Collins, wife of the Australian novelist, Mr. Dale Collins, and formerly Miss Aileen Myall ...

    Article : 259 words
  19. FLAMES' RAPID SPREAD

    Serious damage was done last night by a fire in a shop with attached dwelling, owned and occupied by Mrs. A. Hobbs, in Samford Road, Alderley. ...

    Article : 109 words
  20. WAR ON WIRELESS "PIRATES"

    "Wireless pirates are in for a bad time," said the Deputy Director of Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. A. B. Corbett) yesterday. "The Department is ...

    Article : 149 words
  21. COULD GUARD AUSTRALIA

    If Australia intends spending more money on her air force she should use it in supplementing her squadrons and not on ground services, says ...

    Article : 185 words
  22. INCREASED POSTAL BUSINESS

    Mainly through increased postal business, the revenue of the Postmaster-General's Department in Queensland was £1808 greater in the ...

    Article : 92 words
  23. M.C.C.'s FRIENDLY GESTURE

    Lord Hailsham, president of the Marylebone Cricket Club, has cabled in the name of the club heartiest congratulations to Mr. R. A. Oxlade, a ...

    Article : 98 words
  24. CROPS. BUILDINGS SUFFER

    A cyclonic storm here yesterday afternoon caused considerable damage to buildings and crops. Standing crops and trees also suffered from the ...

    Article : 179 words
  25. FACE SLASHED

    With blood pouring from a long gash down the left side of his face, John Flanagan (42) staggered to the Crown Hotel about 6 o'clock last evening. His ...

    Article : 110 words
  26. BANK CLEARINGS IN LONDON

    The annual statement of the amount of bills, cheques, &c., paid at the bankers' clearing house during the past year was issued to-day. It shows that ...

    Article : 71 words
  27. NEW SEAPLANE RECORD

    Captain Bounot, who, with Lieutenant Jean Pierre and three others, left France in a hydroplane in an attempt to set up a record for a ...

    Article : 74 words
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